TWITTER: Only approved Twitter users can subscribe & see your tweets on PRIVATE accounts. Maker your account private by click the wheel icon on the top right of your Twitter homepage, select "settings" & "security & privacy" - under "privacy," choose the "protect my tweets." Pinterest: Under "settings" Pinterest allows users to switch privacy from "no"to ÿes" & hit save. For extra privacy, change your name or use secret boards that are only visible to you or invited users. It is recommended that you never list your real location.
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Be aware of who you are sharing your posts with
Be careful of providing a full history of where you have been & done
Take away the posting power of others over your social media accounts. Manage who can add you to a post is invaluable against online attackers
Remove Photo "tagging":
Set up a Google alert for your name
Facebook has different privacy settings for many aspects of users' social profile
Twitter & Pinterest
LinkedIn has a privacy and settings option from the drop down menu where you can opt to turn your activity broadcasts on or off
Keep your photos private by tapping "edit your profile" next to your profile picture & turn on the "posts are private" setting. Save your changes
HAPPIER WORKPLACES. CREATIVE PEOPLE.